Monday 26 June 2017

Kenny speaks for nation on the 'horrors' of Tuam

Kenny described the Tuam Mother and Baby Home - where hundreds of babies' remains were discovered - as
Kenny described the Tuam Mother and Baby Home - where hundreds of babies' remains were discovered - as "a chamber of horrors". Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
Editorial

Editorial

Sometimes Taoiseach Enda Kenny really does speak for the nation.

Over his time in office, he has not shirked from criticism of our country's past, most notably in his memorable response to the Cloyne Report.

He will be credited with bringing about social change as the leader of a government which brought in the country's first legislation allowing abortion in limited circumstances and bringing forward the same-sex marriage referendum.

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